CSO Capacity Development Training

 

The United Nations Bhutan in collaboration with the Civil Society Organization Authority and the Australian Himalayan Foundation is organizing a CSO Capacity Development Training from May 28 to May 30, 2018 at the UN House. During the course of the training, participants will focus on the following:

  1. The Irresistible Pitch
  • Being able to develop and present an ‘irresistible pitch’ to donor organizations is a key requirement of all NGOs which are dependent on donor funds to fulfill their mission. This course is designed to assist executives to develop a presentation document and present it in a manner which has the best chance of success.
  • At the end of the training, participants will have a new understanding of how to analyze a proposal, of how to articulate their value proposition in meeting the potential donors’ requests, and of how to present with authenticity in a compelling manner.
  1. Effective Project Management
  • This course is designed to take participants through all the elements of the theory and practice of effective project management. It will improve project management skills and knowledge. It will begin with delving into the detail of what effective team leadership in a project management context looks like.
  • At the end of the training, participants will be able to use a structured approach to prepare a project plan. They can define the scope of a project and identify means of controlling changes to the scope.
  1. Strategic Planning for Successful Outcomes
  • The course is designed to enable participants to work on the development of their own strategic plan in a group session with people from different organizations.
  • A session on ‘Vision, Mission and Ambition’ which sets the foundation of the plan is also included.
  • Participants will be taken through the ‘Business Model Canvas’ which analyzes how the segments of the NGOs work and their inter-relationship.
  • At the end of the training, each participant will be able to work on their own business plan and will have a deeper understanding of their business and the core elements of a strategic plan.
Participants:

The participants for the training will comprise of executives from various CSOs, business start-up individuals and individuals working in the field of development.

Course Presenters:
1.     David C. Nott, Executive Coach with Foresight Global Coaching and Board Director

David Nott brings to his coaching a solid base in the fundamentals of business, a deep understanding of what works and what can go awry, and what steps need to be taken to turn potential into success. He has served for almost 30 years as a partner with a leading global professional services firm providing leadership in Australia and internationally and is now giving something back through his coaching.

2.     Reena Malik, Asia Pacific Director of Learning and Development with Global Consulting Partnership

Reena Malik has over 20 years business consulting experience with a strong reputation and track record of building teams and leading high performing teams. She has a strong background in leading complex projects and developing long term client relationship. She is also a senior stakeholder and relationship manager working with executive teams and senior stakeholders across Asia Pacific and Globally.

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